Flipped instruction was an agenda item during a recent school board meeting in Fulton, N.Y. Two math teachers explained the method to board members, noting online resources that have helped them implement the model in their seventh- and eighth-grade classrooms. "I love it because students can go at their own pace, so a student who gets it like that can move on, and others can rewind it and watch it again," said teacher Pamela McHenry, referring to video tutorials.

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